In Polish it is Ksiądż (priest) -- as opposed to Ojciec (father) for example
Those “Hunkies”, as they'd call themselves, were all far different than the common caricature would lead you to believe, that's for sure. We'd visit my aunt when all nine of her husbands brothers and sisters were there, and among the ten of them they had a total of thirteen engineering degrees. They all started at the bottom then worked their way up in the mines or mills, too. Things were so much different in this country back then that I don't know if you can even describe it to young people these days. They really don't have anything similar to use as point of reference. I have great memories of that gang and regret how seldom I get to see those who are still around.
Sorry for the lapse into the OT stuff, but it's interesting to know that the use of "Father" isn't universal since I thought it was.
That's exactly what Jesus prescribes...Good to hear they are following Jesus...Do they call the pope the Holy Father???